15 July, 2009

Kekalahan PAS Di Manek Urai

Posted in Bloggers-United, Malaysia, Pakatan Rakyat, Reformasi at 1:16 am by Ketua Perusuh

PAS sebenarnya kalah di Manek Urai…

1. Kalah dari segi janji-janji pembangunan
2. Kalah dari segi taraf akademik calon
3. Kalah dari segi curahan wang ringgit secara tunai
4. Kalah dari segi sokongan media cetak dan elektronik
5. Kalah dari segi sokongan agensi kerajaan
6. Kalah dari segi bilangan undi yang merosot
7. Kalah dari segi kemudahan jentera pilihanraya

Walaupun PAS memang dengan 65 undi, sewajarnya PAS membuat satu post-mortem (muhasabah) dan kajian mendalam dalam mencari punca kalahnya PAS di Manek Urai dalam keadaan situasi UMNO/BN yang telah goyah.

PAS sepatutnya boleh menang dengan selesa, namun beberapa tindakan pimpinan yang bertelagah sesama sendiri yang telah dibuka pekungnya oleh media cetak dan elektronik secara tidak langsung berjaya di”embedded”kan kedalam otak para pengundi.

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) sepatutnya pada masa ini dalam proses pembersihan organisasinya dan meneruskan kerja keras untuk menunaikan semua janji-janji sebelum PRU12 dahulu. Ketiga-tiga komponen dalam PR (PAS, DAP dan PKR) perlu bergerak seiring dan tidak bertelagah sesama sendiri. Ujudkan satu mekanisma untuk menyaring semua maklumat dan satu jawatankuasa umum yang memantau semua perjalanan negeri-negeri yang ditadbir oleh PR.

Ini penting demi untuk kelangsungan Pakatan Rakyat dan bagaimana ianya memberikan contoh terbaik demi mencorakkan pentadbiran yang telus, cekap dan amanah.

Isu-isu seperti kes pusat penyembelihan babi di Kampung Berjaya dan isu perumahan di Kampung Buah Pala sepatutnya ditangani dengan baik oleh jawatankuasa umum sebelum ianya dijadikan bahan peluru oleh media massa milik UMNO/BN untuk menyerang Pakatan Rakyat.

Banyak lagi sebenarnya isu-isu yang sepatutnya dibawa kepada perhatian jawatankuasa khas Pakatan Rakyat (JKPR) untuk disiasat dan diselesaikan mengikut lunas-lunas undang-undang yang sepatutnya tanpa perlu mendapat liputan luas oleh media yang sebenarnya cuba untuk melaga-lagakan dan memerangkap PR.

ADUN dan Ahli Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat sewajarnya digalakkan kurang memberikan komentar secara terbuka kepada mana-mana media cetak dan elektronik demi untuk mengelakkan disalah takrifkan atau disalah tafsirkan untuk kepentingan media tersebut. Adalah lebih baik sekiranya ditetapkan bahawasanya hanya jurucakap JKPR sahaja yang dibenarkan untuk memberikan komentar dan ulasan.

Kepada Pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat, saya menyeru agar anda dengan segera menubuhkan JKPR ini demi untuk menyelamatkan Pakatan Rakyat daripada dipecah belahkan oleh media milik UMNO/BN dan sekutunya.


  1. Md Faril Ismail said,

    Dlm demokrasi, pilihanraya menjadi pengukur dan penentu kepada pemerentah. Walaupun menang dengan majoriti 1 undi, yang menang tetap menjadi pemenang mutlak.
    Dimanik urai, sebahagian besar menteri pusat termasuk timbalan perdana menteri telah terjun ke kawasan DUN tersebut dengan membawa berbagai janji dan pelaburan yang tinggi namun janji-janji tersebut tidak membawa kesan kepada keputusan pilihanraya tersebut. BN yang perlu buat posmotem.
    PAS / PKR dalam keadaan yang serba kekurangan telah dengan jayanya mempertahankan popularitinya walaupun beberapa cubaan olih BN untuk mengucarkacirkan parti tersebut dengan membawa beberapa isu yang tersangat hebat.
    Cuba-cubalah fikirkan..

  2. coolooc said,

    Islam in Malaysia is suppressing humanity, dignity and desire of a normal human being.

    Islam in Malaysia is causing trouble to non-Muslims who goes about their everyday life to do what any other normal human being on earth are doing.

    Islam in Malaysia does not respect traffic law when Muslims can park their cars all over the road and cause inconvenience to everybody.

    Islam in Malaysia does not contribute to the progress of the malay race and any other race in Malaysia.

    Islam felts threaten in Malaysia, when nobody actually gives a damn about them.

  3. fargowin said,

    If you turn on BBC, there are fair and equal coverage on the UK opposition parties.

    So is NHK (Japan), so is KBS (Korea), so is CNN (America), so is CBC (Canada), so is ABC (Australia).

    Even in our neighboring Thailand, their TV coverage is fair for both ruling and opposition parties!

    Only in this Umno hijacked country that you find most lop-sided idiotic coverage on Umno and its running dog partners!

  4. julee said,

    This country has racist laws that discriminate against minority citizens. Over the last 3 decades the discrimination has gotten from bad to worse.

    The policies of this government reminds us of South Africa apartheid days which was condemned by all humanity.

    I wonder how these racists can reconcile their actions with the tenets of their religion.

  5. San said,

    “Racial polarisation in the country is not caused by the country vernacular school system but more by the government political, education and economic discriminative policies.” – an educationist said today.

    The prime minister and all the Umno ministers will never admit that polarisation arises more out of the race-based policies and privileges one race gets over another.

    Similarly, there are other areas of our daily lives where terminologies used have made us view certain practices as privileges rather than sacrifices. For instance, the bumi discount for houses.

    The total sale value to the developer is still the same. It is just that the non-malay buyer is likely to be required to pay for some of the discount given to the malays.

    But the longer the NEP policies continue and the greater the vehemence with which Umno politicians issue threats, terminologies will change and more people will talk about these practices or policies in words that may not sound as pleasing to the ears of the beneficiaries.

    Obviously, at that point we shall probably see a new round of discriminations and disagreements. Unfortunately, as long as only weak people take on leadership roles within Umno, threats will continue, NEP policies will be sustained and corruption will prevail.

    That unfortunately is the legacy we have as Malaysians.

    The basic building blocks of unity, whether you are uniting different ethnic groups in a country or trying to re-engineer a corporation of differing cultural values, are the same.

    The principal parties have to be treated as equals – nor special privileges no favours that would favour one group over another. Any privilege that is given should be given to all on the same basis – for example, special privilege given to the financially poor regardless of race or ethnic origin.

    It is only on this equitable footing that you can foster true nationalism and build lasting unity, since each component group will have the same stake in the nation and has equal likelihood in reaping the rewards or suffering the consequences.

    My recommendation to the government, not simply as a businessman but also based on pragmatism, is not to waste any more taxpayer ringgit on nationalism programmes until it has established the pre-conditions for its success.

    What is sad is that, after almost five decades of independence, we have been unable in Malaysia, to bring globally vision leaders to the forefront – leaders who can see beyond racial boundaries to recognise the immense sociological and economic potential that can benefit all Malaysians.

  6. yuking said,

    Dear Mahathir, 22 years you left us nothing but:

    – A generation of poor non-malays who is gangsters or selling DVDs
    – AP issues
    – A useless currency in the ringgit
    – IC Project in Sabah
    – Keris waving political party members
    – MAS in deficit
    – Proton in financial trouble
    – Racial divide
    – Tongkat generation
    – World most expensive tolls anywhere in the city

    And now, after being out of politics, you suddenly talk a lot of malays this and that when you had 22 years in power and you did absolutely, jack shit.

    Please old man, you want to make a change, it is too late now. All you can do is look at that man in the mirror and cry before you meet your almighty maker.

  7. konek said,

    Remember Raja Petra said: More than 90% of malays were actually non-Muslims, because they don’t follow the teaching of Islam.

    I firmly believe, when I die and go to hell, I will meet many “Malaysian Muslims” there, all the munafik who used Islam not for them to be closer to God, but for their idiotic, selfish and vicious self interest.

    More classic examples of half-past-six mentalities displayed by the present so called leaders, ministers, and worst of all politicians (monkey brain), bad for the nation but good for those who knows how to take advantage of their stupidity.

    Religion alone can never help us to become more clever and smart, especially with the present attitude and style of the malays, who are going backwards more and more, and heading for the caves and jungles in time to come.

    In Malaysia the constitution is not the supreme document in law. It has been so trampled by the Umno gangsters; it has come to a point where these gangsters are a law unto themselves. To them the constitution is respected when it suits their intents and toilet paper when it does not.

    Mob rule is tolerated by the police when it is an Umno orchestrated mob. Non-Umno gatherings are an inconvenience and clobbered to pulp.

    Malaysia is dead as a nation. They are dying to call this land Tanah Melayu so we might as well let them destroyed it. It is no loss to the non-malays since they are treated as pendatang anyway.

    Let these gangsters plunder and rob their own kind. They are notorious for inbreeding in any case. They would probably enjoy devouring their own kind too. Crooks and hypocrites at the helm will never grow a nation. Only chaos and disaster beckon.

    I wish it were different, but I have long since decided they deserve what they get. No point in banging my head against the wall.

  8. ruyom said,

    My school in the 50s and 60s when terms like bumis and non-bumis did not exist.

    Back then, there was a kind of kindred among school children then that does not exist today. We were racially different but we were all equal in every other way. Nobody was – special.

    Today when a non-malay student goes to school, he has already been told over and over again by his parents that, “You will have to do superlatively in order to get into a local university.”

    The child comes back having done creditably well, and doesn’t get the university course of his choice. But his malay classmate, with worse marks than him, gets more than he asked for.

    All these double standards and retrogressive policies were put in place by our selfish politicians whose aim, rather than uplifting the malays, was to perpetually stay in power for their own good.

    The end result is a new generation of Malaysians who are not united in the least.

    The first thing to be done towards a real Bangsa Malaysia is to pull down all divisions that categorise us along racial and religious lines.

    All, irrespective of race and religion, must be subjected to a truly merit-based system in every sphere of Malaysian life.

    All political parties that exploit any form of religion should be banned.

  9. aston said,

    If only the malays are a bit smarter, then BN won’t win. The problem is malays are too damn stupid that they keep voting for BN. I don’t know what poison BN gave to make them in this state.

  10. ahli PKR said,

    Berita baik utk pembaca yang ingin menambah pendapatan.

    Kepada pembaca, sila layari laman web ini untuk mencuba menambah pendapatan anda.


  11. ahli PKR said,

    Berita baik utk pembaca yang ingin menambah pendapatan.

    sila layari laman web ini untuk mendapat maklumat yang terperinci & mencuba menambah pendapatan anda.


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